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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:09 pm 
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Nikki wrote:
My son Alex seemed to be a bit of a late talker, but early with his sitting,crawling, walking, etc. He now at 2 can basically talk complete sentences, and his vocabulary is amazing but it's the way he pronounces words that is still a bit of a problem. And boy does he ever get upset if I don't understand him.

Sounds like my Hannah. She's two years and eight months now. Today she and her mom and little brother went to the portrait studio to have pictures taken. She was telling me about it when I got home from work, and ended the story with "..and it was a very nice way to spend the afternoon." I swear she's a 40-year-old in a tiny little body.


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You know what I noticed with Mikey over the last two weeks. He started to studder. Sometimes he gets bad. And I was shocked cause like I said he talks great. He calls his grandparents and has full conversations. We even went out to lunch today and he ordered his own meal. I just called the doctor and he said it was very common. At this point there brain is just working much faster then there mouths can move.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:18 pm 
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jenna103 wrote:
At this point there brain is just working much faster then there mouths can move.

Sounds like a reasonable explanation. Something to keep an eye on, obviously.


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I think though as a mom with two babies my brain is working opposite. LOL!!


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Jenna- My cousin went through a studdering stage when she was a little older than Mikey, but she outgrew it.
Like Steve said, just keep an eye on it but I'm sure ther's nothing to worry about.


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I'm sure it's nothing too it's just a little tough to hear. Cause sometimes he gets frustrated. I make sure when he is talking to stop what I am doing so he doesn't feel he has to rush


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